Wacky rich woman subjects her husband, servants and friends to a series of elaborate masquerades, remodeling her house and wardrobe every couple of days to represent different historical eras or cultural milieux. Today she's Marie Antoinette, tomorrow she may be Pancho Villa's common-law wife or a nun.
A beggar and a singer are in love with the same woman.
Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger ～GIRLFRIENDS ARMY～ is a Hyper Battle DVD, that showcase various features of the series and its armament. The DVD will feature the series’ heroines, Umika Hayami and Tsukasa Myoujin.
"Luiza" deals with the delicate relationship between a disabled girl and the universe around her, having sexuality as the guiding thread to address issues such as prejudice, relationships between parents and children, family protection, autonomy, differences and love.
Last gasps of the Seiza-sha house in Kyoto devoted to Torajiro Okada’s still-sitting meditation method from the late-Meiji era’s intercultural ferment. -JAPAN CUTS: Festival of New Japanese Film
Along with vegetable and sea life, the camera is but one element of a sensual ride along a coastal road and playground in this masterful short. -JAPAN CUTS: Festival of New Japanese Film
A boy and a girl. They’re classmates. Their poolside conversations during swimming class linger in the boy's memories. The boy recalls their conversations one by one. This is a story about a boy and a time in his life that he will never forget.
In this tender and inspired short, the director sets delicate sand imagery to a conversation with her grandmother who experienced WWII in Kobe. -JAPAN CUTS: Festival of New Japanese Film
19-year-old Mikko works as a summer guard in a remote Finnish prison. Spending three months in a closed facility with convicts challenges his views on human dignity.
Based on the short story of the same name by Seichō Matsumoto.
Ctrl+Alt+Dance is about Colin, a risk-averse computer tech, who falls for happy-go-lucky jazz dancer Jillian but is in danger of losing it all when a disgruntled hacker threatens to expose a hidden secret.
The documentary of filmmaker Darious Britt's journey creating his first feature length film, Unsound.
Hold the bleeding? Bessias? Do you have to keep this? In 50 cuts, the staples of 2016 and 2017 strip the backstage of national politics.
Based on the Seichō Matsumoto's story The Woman Who Took the Local Paper.
When chaos takes over the streets, the life of a ten-year-old boy begins to crumble. It is at the moment when the desperation is based that Captain Brazil finds space.
The truth – so they say – is out there somewhere. Looking for it is probably a worthy start but everybody lives within a different version.
Words are just sounds that we have ascribed meaning to. But words are finite, the sounds we can generate are probably not.